The Microsoft Outlook 2002 Add-in: Pocket Contact Synchronizer version 1.2 (PCS) helps you synchronize contacts with devices such as your Microsoft Windows® CE or Pocket PC device.
From any contact folder you specify, this add-in moves contacts easily to the device you want. For example, you can synchronize a public folder that contains team contacts. Using the Outlook PCS, you can synchronize as many contact folders as you want.
The Outlook Pocket Contact Synchronizer does not synchronize contacts directly to a device. First, it copies contacts from the folders you specify into your default contacts folder in Outlook. This is a one-way synchronization, and a duplicate set of contacts is created.
When you click the Outlook PCS button to synchronize, the items in your default folder are then cross-checked with your contacts back in the specified folder. The next time you use Microsoft ActiveSync® 3.0 or later, your new contact data will appear on your Windows CE or Pocket PC device.
You can synchronize as many folders as you like, and Outlook PCS will do all the work for you.
Date: August 18, 2003
OS: Win 95/98/ME/2000/XP/CE